Math Puzzle XIII

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  1. As long as we do not have a confirmation of the assumption that two green apples equal one hundred, therefore one green apple equals half of that (thus fifty) we can safely apply another assumption, such as two green apples equal one hundred (one followed by two zeroes), therefore one green apple equals ten (one followed by one zero).

    In such case, the result would be 10 – 30 + 80 = 60. But, hell, who ever thinks that complicated…?! 😉 Let us stick to the hundred, it looks… nicer. 🙂

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